LOGOSOL

Smart-Splitter Wood Splitting Tool

Reviews (4.6 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Love it!

10/19/2020 by Judy

I love this tool.I've tried a few different log splitting devises and this one beats them all easily! It's so easy to use and is fun! I use it to make kindling and it works great!

5

Easy peasy!

10/18/2020 by Nanette

I bought this for my husband but when I learned how to split the logs, I finished the job. Fun and less intense on the body than an axe. I recommend.

5

Woodchopper’s Dream

9/19/2020 by Gary

My wife found this on Grommet and ordered it thinking it would save my back and strain on my heart. It not only does that but it makes chopping fun. Environmentally friendly, quiet and efficient. Splits wood (even stringy, wet wood) easily. I’ve always loved my splitting mauls and wedges etc. But this machine is so efficient and quiet and fun especially at the ripe old age of 75! Get this if you love wood chopping and wood burning fires!

5

LOVE This Tool!

9/10/2020 by Krista

It’s so easy to use-just be careful and DON’T try and be Paul Bunyan & use logs that are too big!

5

So very easy to use

7/21/2020 by Minnie

This makes chopping wood for fire pit very easy.

5

Best tool for splitting wood.

7/20/2020 by Gordon

Tool came with everything needed to set it up and start using it. Works better than a splitting maul, and easy to use by anyone, even my 14 year old granddaughter .

5

wood splitting tool

7/13/2020 by Linda M.

It works so good My son loves it

5

This thing is awesome

5/6/2020 by Ted

I got this as a gift for my father in-law. He genuinely likes chopping firewood but he blew out his knee and can't/shouldn't be swinging an axe. I was a bit worried this thing was going to be a gimmick, however it turned out to be the best gift I've gotten him. It's not meant to chop huge pieces of wood but is perfect for the average wood you chop for your home fireplace. He likes it because he still gets a bit of a workout using it but it's way easier on his knee than swinging an axe. Also, he said he can cut through some pieces of really knotted wood that he wouldn't be able to chop with an axe because you can easily strike the wood in the exact same place with each slam. This doesn't necessarily make chopping wood a breeze, it still takes some work, but it is definitely safer for someone with knee problems and probably more accurate than an axe. I used it when I set it up for him and it's pretty fun to use too. If I ever have a fireplace, I'll get one for myself. It requires some care too, you must sharpen it as you do an axe and the piece that you slam down I guess needs replacing occasionally. This thing is awesome though and I'd recommend to anyone.

5

Great Product

2/21/2020 by Carolyn

We have a wood burning stove to help heat the house. I ordered this for my husband to use to split kindling to help start fires in the stove. He loves it. When our son saw it, he loved it, too. So I ordered him one. They both uses them daily in the winter to split larger pieces into small pieces to keep our wood burners going.

5

work great

1/9/2020 by James

Works great. Finding the large log to set it up on was the most difficult part.

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The LOGOSOL Story

LOGOSOL | Smart-Splitter Wood Splitting Tool

Swing-Free Splits

LOGOSOL has created an easier to use ergonomic alternative to an axe, which is fitting coming from a team that has dedicated the last 20 years to making more efficient and user-friendly woodworking tools. This Sweden-based group is headed up by Bengt-Olov Byström, who grew up splitting logs on a farm. Their smart log splitter proves that just about anyone can split a log—but probably not the way you think.

Instead of swinging an axe, you’re lifting and dropping a 7.8 pound striking weight to split logs and kindling. This means less strain on your back and better accuracy. Once it’s set up, it
will hit the same spot every time—and with more force than you can probably deliver on your own (up to 30,000 pounds). We tried it out and found this splitter to do the job faster—so we had more time to curl up by the fire. Read More Read Less